If a Final Protective Order is granted, how long does it last?
A Final Protective Order is effective for up to one year. However, the court can extend a Final Protective Order for an additional six (6) months for good cause, after notice to the parties and a hearing.
Marital Property Marital property is all property that has been acquired during the marriage, including (but not limited to): Real estate property (such as a house, condominium, or land) Bank accounts Retirement and pension assets Stock Furniture Car… Read More
A monetary award is an order from the court giving to one party a financial award of marital property in an absolute divorce. It is intended to compensate a spouse who holds title to less than an equitable portion of property.